Rihanna made a striking fashion statement in more ways than one when she stepped out in New York City following a visit to a music studio.
After being photographed exiting a music studio in New York City on Friday September 24, it appears that the world is getting closer to hearing Rihanna’s next album, but that’s not the only thing that people noticed.
The millionaire fashion designer wore a t-shirt that read, “Think While It’s Still Legal,” and it was a powerful statement. Ri, we’ve heard you loud and clear!
The Grammy winner wore the oversized tee with baggy denim trousers and glittering gold scrunchy boots as she completed another day of work on her long-awaited ninth studio album. While the t-shirt appears to be under $20, it is actually part of edgy design label Vetements’ luxury streetwear collection from its fall 2021 line. The garment can cost up to $350. But what about the good news? It is completely free to think!
The 33-year-old multi-hyphenate touched down in New York only one day after launching her latest Savage x Fenty Vol. 3 lingerie line in Los Angeles on Thursday, September 23. Supermodels Cindy Crawford and Gigi Hadid, actress Vanessa Hudgens, popstar singer Normani, and even Madonna’s daughter Lourdes Leon helped promote the sultry underwear line during the star-studded event. As with the previous two collections, the show debuted exclusively on Amazon Prime.
RiRi has had the world waiting for her upcoming album for the past five years. The Bad Gal’s last album, Anti, was released in 2016, before she took a break from music to focus on her fashion and cosmetics endeavors. Now that she’s completed a few tasks on her to-do list, the singer is working on a completely new musical concept.
“You’re not going to believe what you’re about to hear. Just remember that,” Rihanna told the Associated Press just before the debut of her new lingerie line. The new album doesn’t have an official release date yet, but if Rihanna keeps giving us stunning looks off and on the runway, we’ll be fine to wait a bit longer.